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Raees Chinque, aged 12, as the Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood with Head of PHSE and Geography Michael Walker as the Tin Man.

Tottenham pupils get in character for World Book Day

MP asks Haringey Council to review 75 per cent youth service cuts

MP asks Haringey Council to review 75 per cent youth service cuts

Councillor Lorna Reith, Haringey Council children's boss, and Tottenham MP David Lammy during Labour's election campaign

Youth in revolt ask Haringey councillors to protect services for teenagers

Green light for Jewish free school in Muswell Hill

Jermaine Jones, 22, is studying to become a youth worker in order to provide for his family

Britain's Missing Dads star enrols at Tottenham college

Education secretary Michael Gove

Gove promises to consider 'unfair funding' for Haringey schools

Children at Woodlands enjoying playtime with deputy headteacher Tara Stuber

Ofsted impressed by children's centre 'outstanding' care

Ready to break free: Pupils at Wisdom School, in Philip Lane, with headteacher Ramazan Guveli could become part of Tottenham's first free school

Tottenham independent school applies to go 'free'

Incalcuable loss: Markfield is a valuable resource for Sam, 6, and his mother but now under threat

Council axes contracts worth £200,000 with disabilities charity

Youth centres facing axe as drastic cuts revealed

Youth centres facing axe as drastic cuts revealed

One of the paintings in the collection Untold Stories: Living Proof

Haringey marks Holocaust Memorial Day with portraits of 'warmth and humanity'

Haringey schools fall short of Government's GCSE target

Haringey schools fall short of Government's GCSE target

Protesters marching through Wood Green on Monday

Teachers protest in anger over education job cuts

YolanDa Brown

Tottenham sax symbol scores honorary music doctorate

Teaching staff job loss fears prompts protest march

Tottenham university applications double over past decade

Primary school applications close soon

Muswell Hill celebrates eco-friendly classroom

MP Lynne Featherstone

Lynne Featherstone: 'Free education is idealistic'

Competition winners Patrick Velastegui, Kimberly Thompson, and Kiterie Cassell  with Haringey mayor Councillor Eddie Griffith

Northumberland Park pupil wins school speaking challenge

In it to win it: film-makers Geoffrey Okol, Louise Cooke and Tom Ludlam

Talent chosen to represent at London short film awards

Hungry Caterpillar author signs artwork for Stroud Green Library

Hungry Caterpillar author signs artwork for Stroud Green Library

Furry faces: staff show off their Movember moustaches

Stroud Green school's fan-tashtic Movember effort

Boris Johnson

Mayor promises to investigate Haringey youth services cuts

Lynne Featherstone and Christmas card winner Zoom Rockman

Crouch End schoolboy wins Christmas card competition

Colin Jackson with Hornsey School for Girls pupils

Colin Jackson: Olympics scheme helps young people to 'flourish'

Haringey chief grilled over youth service budget cuts

Haringey chief grilled over youth service budget cuts

Haringey Jewish Primary lures respected New York headteacher

Hornsey pupils join student fees protest

Creating social change: trainee Gemma Young, minister Bob Neill, trainee Rashpal Amrit and lecturer Mike Goldstein hard at work at the Catch 22 base in Tottenham (picture courtesy of Tina Remiz)

Journalism academy's diversity ethos is 'great social cause', says Government minister

Award-winning youth magazine latest victim of spending cuts

Jewish free school finds Muswell Hill home

Hale Village student flats planning application submitted

Tottenham MP David Lammy and Haringey councillor Dilek Dogus opening Coombes Croft last Friday

Tottenham library shows off £1 million makeover

Kinks star opens complex to get Fortismere's music pupils going

Kinks star opens complex to get Fortismere's music pupils going

David Lammy

Tottenham MP protests with students over tuition fees

Lynne Featherstone

Lynne Featherstone undecided over vote on tuition fees rise

Swimming pools benefit as mayor splashes the cash

Swimming pools benefit as mayor splashes the cash

Sporting cultures collide in Tottenham for half-term project

Sporting cultures collide in Tottenham for half-term project

Humble offering: event organiser May Richards MBE, 79, says she is motivated only by her love for children

Broadwater Farm gospel concert 'something to lift spirits'

Seeds of change: the sensory garden at the London Centre for Chilfren with Cerebral Palsy, in Muswell Hill, was awarded a £2,463 grant.

More than £2,000 for sensory garden at specialist cerebral palsy school

Tottenham pupils robbed of chance to shine at Fortismere

Tottenham pupils robbed of chance to shine at Fortismere

Gina Moffat with a bust of Bernie Grant

'Heart and soul' of Bernie Grant Centre in line for business award

Headteacher's departure for personal reasons is 'smokescreen', says parents

Haringey youth advisers praised for 'extra mile' care

Historian and artist Derek Kingsland, centre, with church warden Carlotta Wint, left, and congregation member Lyn Phillips, right

Unsung historic gem opens arms and passage to Tottenham's past

Determined: Rajul Alam, 18, of Enfield, did not let his disability prevent him from achieveing top A-level grades and a university place

University beckons for deaf A-level star

Jewish faith school could open in Haringey by 2011

Academic goals: students pose with coach and programme leader Karen Hill at White Hart Lane

Spurs give girls shot at academic and sporting success

Young people hand over Youth Mark award to Haringey Shed director Lynne Hale

Haringey Shed 'is best youth organisation', say young people

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